5a fairy tale graphic organizers

5a fairy tale graphic organizers - Good/Moral...

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Bad/Evil characters (Provide 1 quote from the tale to support each character’s goodness.): Good/Moral characters (Provide 1 quote from the tale to support each character’s goodness.): Quotation Marks Usage: No mistakes = no deduction A few mistakes = -5 pts. Many mistakes = -10 pts. Are there any archetypes/motifs? What are they, and why are they archetypes/motifs? What interpretation can be applied to this tale? Explain your reasoning. Are there any symbols? What are they, and what are they symbolic of? (Provide textual evidence/quote(s) from the tale to support your response.) What moral lesson is taught in the story? (Provide textual evidence/quote(s) from the tale to support your response.) What is the conflict in the story? What moral code is broken? (Provide textual evidence/quote(s) from the tale to support your response.) Title: Author:
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